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for you? >> now bbc world news america. israel kills the leader of hamas in the of the, causing an escalation of violence. governments should stop cutting benefits and start creating jobs. welcome to manhattan, kansas. >> may know more about technology than a tomcat's knows about baking gingerbread. >> welcome to our viewers. israel killed the military commander of hamas and launched a series of attacks. hamas vowed in this would open the gates to hell. military action will continue. >> for the people of gaza, it looked like a war, and as in most wars, civilians are caught up in the violence. the first target today was the biggest hamas's most senior military leader was typify and -- hit by a military strike. he died instantly. hamas says this is a major provocation. good >> they will pay a price for this, because he was one of our most exceptional leaders. >> she sat at the top of the military wing. tonight israel published these images. the army released video footage of him being tracked and the moment when his car was hit. israel said the strike followed a wave of rocket att
come here to try to broker a cease- fire but also expressing his full support for hamas. >> israel's operation in gaza was a disaster. this is aggression and we as egyptians will not remain silent. >> in the past 24 hours, israel has launched more than 300 air strikes, some in residential areas. by bombing this building in the heart of gaza city, israel says it is attacking what it calls hamas' terrorist infrastructure. but look how close this building is to schools and homes. the potential for civilian casualties is very high. if israel totally undermines hamas'authority in gaza, what will come in its place? tonight, israel continues to pound gaza and the militants fire out. today, the hopes of a cease-fire ends with fears of all-out war. >>> for more on the violence at a regional implications, i spoke a short time ago to erect, a fellow at the washington institut for near east policy. how much difference does egypt's new government make to that crucial relationship with israel? >> i think the fact you have the muslim brotherhood in power in egypt really made israel hesitant to ev
the 1950's. hamas released videos of rocket launches. the events of the last few weeks have silenced those who said they had forgotten how to fight israel. he said a land invasion be a political disaster for israel's prime minister. >> if they want a truce, we have demands and conditions. >> the border towns were quieter than gaza but still an ordeal. israel says it wants an end to rocket fire through cease-fire or military action. >> the endgame is clear. we want a situation where the civilian population of israel knows that no longer has to live in fear of incoming rocket fire from gaza. that can happen one way or another, but that is the goal we seek to defend our people. >> in gaza, israel attacked the building used by journalists. the raid killed a senior miti official in the -- a senior media official in the islamic group. another strike came in down the road. civilians on both sides need a ceasefire. political leaders in gaza and israel want to show that this was worth it. bbc news, gaza. >> there are diplomatic efforts to break a cease-fire. most of the attention is focused on cair
-fire between israel and hamas, bringing an end to eight days of fighting. the will it last? >> the people of this region deserve to live fear -- fogh -- to live free from fear and violence. this is a step in the right direction. >> and his sound has made him a superstar in italy. now this musician is out to make his mark. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. just a few hours ago, a cease- fire to end the fighting between israeli military forces and hamas militants. it came after hours of diplomacy involving the u.n. secretary general and the secretary general -- and the u.s. secretary of state. from gaza, jeremy bowen reports. a warning, you might find some of these images distressing. >> because i came back to life after the cease-fire began. -- gaza came back to life after the cease-fire began. coming to another israeli bombing campaign felt like another victory. this was the hamas interior ministry. governing with or without a cease-fire will be harder with the main administrative center ron. in jerusalem tonight, is real hint that more military
the ve between hamas and israel. the egyptian president is vzleading thek&a=ñduií6whÑc.é (. he hopes there will be results. hillary clinton in jerusalem. attacks have2g0y1e continued ao cease-fire has been announced. >> in/+úw5!h&ajm) gaza, israel'y dipbrqì(lc@&c+ talked. hamas was-óz:."!qmhh8 ing, t zero.all civilians were r cover. gaza after another israeli strike. while thisçkk÷ibñ was going ons and israel claimed to be ready for a truce as long it was kind that could both present as a victory. "tw1÷in the alertsoundedojpjd,b, they s 15 seconds to+>tbl-t,wr"uxjet te shelters before an impact. the residents are skeptical about cease-fires because they have seen so many that have not worked. not far away from of the ground forces were shelling gaza. the operation has been supported by its allies so farq"o00 but ty want a cease-:vmfw bloodshed of another invasion. jerusalem forg:>rgmfvñ÷iváazlor cease-fireal [he told the prime minister[wt strongly cautioned aa ground operation/et?zrl which wd only result in further casualties. >> there has been plenty already. two bro
, the people celebrating survival. hamas feels bolstered more strongly than ever. it meant the balance of power was changing in favor of the palestinians. but thank god for the cease- fire, he said. and all the palestinians dealt with as the war agreed with me. -- that wtinessed the war agree with me. they already look like potential flashpoints. the men were moving around again, but resistance is where hamas draws strength. with smuggling tunnels and egypt reopening, the are close to the blockade, hard to a imagine them doing much for what they call a vital security measure. they have a breathing space, turning it to something better than that. the sad fact is that the conditions have turned attention to violence and are still there. they had a peaceful day at last, a chance to relax. but it won't stay like that until they can settle a century of conflict. >> in the other news, the former french president has been questioned for 12 hours about allegations that he received illegal donations at the 2007 presidential campaign. sarkozy is a material witness, meaning he is a suspect but not formall
above the cease-fire between hamas and israel, which gained international plaudits? >> they are two events that in a way bracket the decision. one is a four $0.8 million deal with the international monetary fund. in a way, we have to concede that he is borrowing a page from the book of hosni mubarak. you make yourself helpful on the international stage. you brokered deals between israel and hamas and the palestinians. and then you do what you want at home. there was a test for him abroad. he now faces a democratic test. is he a genuine democrat, does he believe in one vote, one time? >> what should the u.s. reaction be? >> i think we should make it clear that even though we are grateful for what he did in gaza, we hold him to a high democratic standard within egypt itself. >> thank you very much indeed for joining us. no deal, that was the headline from the summit on the european union's long-term budget, which today ended in failure. while some heralded the discussion as constructive, the prime minister of britain accused brussels of living in a parallel universe. gavin hewitt is a
of the west bank. hamas will be in control of gaza. and jerusalem is in israel's hands. >> but does it mean that they can join u.n. bodies, for example, the u.n. -- international criminal court. and many worry that they could go after is real progress this is what caused israel the most concern, that the palestinians can challenge them in the international fora, most notably the international criminal court. there is concern that soldiers all over the world will be subject to icc challenges. they see it as a not a step toward peace, but one of confrontation. >> france voted yes. germany and britain abstained. they were kind of on the fence. what of the peace talks, which everyone says they want? >> my concern is that this might push peace? further away rather than forward. given that you need israel at the table and that the u.s. tends to be the shepherd of peace talks, the palestinians defied president obama's express wishes not to do this. the u.s. calls for direct negotiations. we have seen this in the wake of the reaction. prime minister netanyahu said this is not a vote for peace. the
is necessary to defend our people. >> this is what the israelis call a surgical strike. an underground hamas, launching site taken out with pinpoint accuracy. israel has been accused of killing in a sense, too. -- innocentsm, too. the father insists there were no militants or missile sites in the area. >> we are civilians. around our house, all are civilians. no one is firing. >> egypt has denied reports to be arranged a truce. >> for more on the high stakes of this escalating violence, i folk with former senator george mitchell. -- i spoke with former senator george mitchell. thank you very much for joining me. neither side appears to be backing down. this is not going to be over in a few days. just how serious is this? could we be seeing the start of the war? >> it is a very serious issue. i've been saying for some time, nearly a year, there was a will that had created a false sense of security on all sides. the real danger is not so much from the internal conflict within gaza, it is given the highly unstable and volatile situation in the region, this could be a spark that lights a conflic
talks with both sides to work on details of the ceasefire. with discussions underway, a hamas has been for the first time allowed to control the border area between israel and gaza to control the violence. our correspondent is there. >> there is a high chance we would have been killed if we had tried to come here just a couple of weeks back. but the cease-fire means israel has lifted the buffer zone it had inside got up for years. now we and how moscow and go right to the border and sand -- now we, and how moscow, can go right to the border and stand. >> it is amazing that they can't stand so close to the border with the israeli army just -- can stand so close to the border with the israeli army just on the other side. but that is one of the reasons they have called a victory for them. >> it is certainly good for the palestinians that have farmland under the watchful eye of the israelis. suleyman has not been able to farm his land close to the border because of the israeli restrictions. >> it is my first day here, and i feel safe, he said. the army jeeps have been coming year without d
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